I have been a user of the Xpress for four + years. You first have to decie what is the primary reason to move to rapid tissue processing. Do you require continuous load or batch loading? do you require loading w/out a clanining cylcle? my experience has directed me to using the Xpress because you can coninually load cassettes w/out waiting for a cleaning cycle to complete before loading another set of cassettes. I recommend the Xpress for the cotinuing load capability.
> Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2008 13:08:20 -0700> From: email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com> Subject: Re: [Histonet] Tissue processors/Recyclers> CC: > > > Peloris and Xpress are two completely different technologies. Peloris is a conventional tissue processor with the capability of rapidly increasing the temperature to boil the 2-propanol at low pressure and 85║C (if you want to avoid using xylene).> Xpress has half the retorts (2 or 1 depending on the model) as a microwave assisted chamber, and the other half as a conventional tissue processor. The differences in price are also high. Peloris has two chambers and operate quite conventionally, Xpress is designed to have a constant flow of processed blocks every 1-2 hours. The impact on the schedule and working conditions of the laboratory makes them completely different instru> RenÚ J.> > --- On Wed, 9/24/08, Rathborne, Toni wrote:> > From: Rathborne, Toni > Subject: [Histonet] Tissue processors/Recyclers> To: firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wednesday, September 24, 2008, 2:00 PM> > We are currently exploring the advantages of recycling our waste solutions as> well as a new tissue processor. The two processors we are looking into are the> Peloris from Leica and the Sakura Xpress. I would appreciate hearing the> advantages and disadvantages of each, and if anyone is recycling the Sakura> processing reagent or the Leica Waxsol. If vendors of recyclers are out there,> please feel free to answer regarding the solutions.> > Toni Rathborne> Somerset Medical Center> > > CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE> This message and any included attachments are from Somerset Medical Center> and are intended only for the addressee. The information contained in this> message is confidential and may contain privileged, confidential,> proprietary and/or trade secret information entitled to protection and/or> exemption from disclosure under applicable law. Unauthorized forwarding,> printing, copying, distribution, or use of such information is strictly> prohibited and may be unlawful. If you are not the addressee, please> promptly delete this message and notify the sender of the delivery error> by e-mail or you may call Somerset Medical Center's computer Help Desk> at 908-685-2200, ext. 4050.> > Be sure to visit Somerset Medical Center's Web site - > www.somersetmedicalcenter.com - for the most up-to-date news, > event listings, health information and more.> _______________________________________________> Histonet mailing list> Histonet@lists.utsouthwestern.edu> http://lists.utsouthwestern.edu/mailman/listinfo/histonet> > > > > _______________________________________________> Histonet mailing list> Histonet@lists.utsouthwestern.edu> http://lists.utsouthwestern.edu/mailman/listinfo/histonet
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